Best Buy, JPMorgan, Yahoo CEO stumbles put ethics and mismanagement in the spotlight. JPMorgan closes ranks around embattled CEO Jamie Dimon as mega-loss is probed; and Yahoo's interim CEO Ross Levinsohn reportedly close to getting role permanently.
Amazon reportedly prepping front-lit Kindle for July.
Facebook eyes historic $12 billion to $15 billion IPO windfall and up to $104 billion valuation.
Activision Blizzard goes back to the future for new games.
Apple plans iCloud upgrade, and thinner laptops with Intel chips.
Baidu enters China's crowded low-cost smartphone market.
BMW touts "ultimate service" in new campaign.
Budweiser strikes deal with Jay-Z for annual concert.
CW partners with Bing on social TV test.
Coca-Cola re-enters the mid-calorie soda fray.
Coty withdraws bid for Avon.
De Beers brings jubilee crown to Harrods.
First Lady and U.S. Olympics collaborate to get kids moving.
Fox adds Britney Spears as X Factor judge, plans to reinvigorate American Idol.
Francesca's Holdings fires CFO after improper use of social media.
Groupon gets boost as revenue (finally) jumps.
Home Depot sales disappoint.
JCPenney results will be watched today for signs of progress.
Jeremy Lin heading to Toronto Raptors?
Jimmy Choo, Bally and Belstaff owner plans e-commerce move.
Lightsquared files for bankruptcy after network blocked.
Macy's adjusts strategy to use physical stores to warehouse goods for online sales.
NBA is first sports league to pass 5 million Twitter followers.
News Corp. sees ex-executive Rebekah Brooks prosecuted in U.K. hacking case, as company takes stake in Chinese film distributor.
Nvidia joins venture to buy patents.
Pernod Ricard plans new Cuban rum.
Quora gets financing in Facebook's wake.
USA Today hires digital media veteran Larry Kramer as publisher.
Vivendi hurt by pricing war in French mobile-phone market.
Walgreens tops drug-store chains in brand equity, survey says.
Woolworths battle escalates in Australia.